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It was the last day of trekking on our service and leadership tour in the Annapurna region of Nepal.
It was the day that our current Woodstock students have all been waiting for: welcoming the new girls who are starting at Woodstock next year for a very special playdate.
11 girls were involved in a service project constructing a home for one family in the village of Prek Toal.
Two groups of 17 girls worked with Rustic Pathways to install six water access points and commence construction of toilet blocks throughout remote Nong Tok village.
10 girls completed a fence around the Mae Sa Kua village primary school, and also taught English and Maths to the school’s 45 students.
Two groups of 16 girls supported four different projects in East Kimberley.
Take a look at some of the activities that our Year 11 girls have participated in while on Camp this week at Watersela, as they transition to Year 12 studies.
Year 12 Valedictory Service / Prize Giving / Boarders Dinner / Alumna Lunch
Happy Year 3 campers had an amazing time at Vision Valley, Arcadia, embracing four seasons across three days and stepping out of their comfort zones.
Being challenged to reach new heights - literally - is just one of many experiences enjoyed by Year 4s now camping at Stanwell Tops
The winter break saw 28 girls paddling through the morning mists of the Hawkesbury River, practising for the ‘adventurous journey‘ component of their Duke of Edinburgh Gold and Silver Awards.
History was brought to life for Year 5 by on-site learning in an overnight excursion to Bathurst. Panning and other traditional goldrush-era activities were complemented by line-dancing.